Class of 2024
Be sure to also be checking the Delta 2022-2023 Prep page on our site for updates for August and the school year!
We need all of our students AND parents to sign up for Remind. This is our main communication tool for schoolwide announcements. Instructions are below for Class of 2024. Thank you!
- Delta Virtual Family Night--LOTS OF INFO!!!
- April Update (Enrollment, Transportation, and Commitment Forms)
- May Update (Medical Forms)
- Your Questions Answered Here
Welcome to Delta!
We are disappointed not to be able to host an in-person family night but hope that this Virtual Family Night helps you get acquainted a bit more with Delta's great program and people! We also still hope to hold a campus event at some point this summer for our incoming students, as regulations allow.
Watch: Delta Virtual Family Night
Join: Learn more about our Parents of Delta Students group and join online
Questions? Submit your questions to us at: https://tinyurl.com/classof2024questions. Answers to questions will be posted on this webpage soon and updated as more questions are submitted and answered.
Greetings, Delta Class of 2024 (and families)!
Well, this spring has certainly not turned out how anyone planned, but we would like to begin moving forward again with the registration process for our new Deltonians—the class of 2024! We are anxious to get you registered, to share information with you, and to get you on campus as soon as we possibly can. Please see details below:
(1) Fly-up Day: This obviously will not be happening with school closed for the remainder of the year. We are hopeful that at some point—maybe even during the summer—we can offer an opportunity for you to visit the school and will communicate this information to you if it becomes a reality.
(2) Family Information Nights: This night will not happen in person, but we have plans to put together our presentation as a video and to get it out to our incoming students and families. Please be looking for information about this in the next couple of weeks.
(3) Registration: Right now, all students who “won” the lottery were notified are accepted into Delta. However, we also need to have your registration paperwork that was sent to you in the mail, which we expected to collect at our Family Information Nights.
The forms we need returned are:
Please email the forms to email@example.com.
Do you need new copies of the forms? If so, you may download the forms using the links below: (Be sure to open them in Adobe Reader or Pro and not in a web browser--they may not save properly in a web browser)
We are anxious to get to see you all and to have you experience the joy of being a part of the Delta Family. If you have any questions for us, I encourage you to send questions to:
Lisa Muir, Counselor firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Glodo, Special Education Teacher email@example.com
Thank you, and we hope you and your families are safe and well!
The Delta Team
Our first virtual event for our Class of 2024 is our Delta Family Night. We normally hold two of these nights in the spring but are unable to do so at this time due to the state "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order.
Step 2: Review all of the documentation below, and print if desired. These are documents usually handed out at our family events.
College Class list This document shows the current college courses we offer at Delta, which we are continually evaluating and updating to better serve our students.
Delta Grading policy Delta uses a standards-reference grading model. It is a little strange at first if you have not been assessed in this way, but the end result is that students are based on their understanding of the required learning standards. Final grades do translate to letter grades and colleges are familiar with how grades work at Delta.
Delta Math PathwaysDelta follows an integrated math program. This document will show you the normal paths students will follow based on their initial math placement. Math placement is based on MS courses, grades, and teacher recommendations.
Delta Dress CodeDelta has a slightly more strict dress code than other schools, as we try to model a more professional environment. However, on a normal day you will see students in jeans (non-ripped), and a t-shirt or hoodie.
Frequently asked questionsWe have put together answers to many of the most frequently asked questions for families.
Step 3: We have several medical forms required for all students (and some on an as-needed basis). Please submit this documentation either by sending it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending it via mail to Delta High School, 5801 Broadmoor Blvd, Pasco, WA 99301. If sent in the mail please send an email to Mrs. Schirmer to let her know the documents are in the mail and we can be looking for them at the school. Thank you!
Letter from Delta HS nurseInformation from Kelli Burns-Mitchell, our school nurse.
Additionally, if you need a Medication Authorization Form, Asthma Management Form, Treatment Order Form, or Immunization Exemption Form, please go to our Nurse's webpage.
Step 4: If you have any questions we can answer, please submit at: https://tinyurl.com/classof2024questions. We will put together another FAQ and post it at this website, and answer many of the questions also at our information sessions.
Step 5: If you are interested, please attend our Question & Answer session for your district. More information will be posted here with the link to the Zoom on the morning of the presentation. (If you cannot join your session please feel free to join another day)
–Richland students: Tuesday, May 19, 1:30-2:15 pm
–Kennewick students: Wednesday, May 20, 1:30-2:15 pm
–Pasco students: Thursday, May 21, 1:30-2:15 pm
Step 6: Check out our Parents of Delta Students page to get valuable information about Delta and to connect with other Delta parents. The parent community is a critical part of the Delta family and we value our partnership with PoDS!
Questions? Below are answers to questions that were posted in the spring. For questions specific to your child please feel free to contact someone at the school directly via email:
General Questions: Corina Schirmer, Administrative Assistant
School Counselor Questions: Lisa Muir, Delta Counselor
Administrative Questions: KC Bennion, Principal or Tania Guaman, Assistant Principal
Health-Related: Kelli Burns-Mitchell, School Nurse
ANSWERS TO YOUR POSTED QUESTIONS:
Does Delta have a cafeteria where students can buy food? Yes! We have a great cafeteria with many lunch options every day.
Can my child walk to his boundary HS and get the bus from there to Delta? Yes! If you live close to your boundary school your child can walk there and then catch the "Delta Shuttle" (it's a school bus). If you do not live close enough to walk you can ride your normal bus to your home high school and then jump on the Delta Shuttle. (RSD students also have the option of a free transit pass which many students enjoy.)
What are the school hours the students will attend? School begins at 8:30 am and ends at 3:00 pm. We are about half an hour later than most of the large high schools (for transportation reasons).